Rund reports growth at his Birmingham office

The Rund Birmingham office team that has expanded this year |  BTR newsThe Rund Birmingham office team that has expanded this year |  BTR news
The Rund Birmingham office team which has expanded this year. Pictured, back row left to right: Tom French, Associate Director; Milind Page, Surveyor; Connor Wilcox, Surveyor Assistant; Adam Marten, Principal Surveyor; and Danial Noman, Trainee Assistant Surveyor. Pictured, front row left to right: Gavin Lowe, Assistant Surveyor; Morgan Snowdon, Trustee; Aqib Zahir, Principal Surveyor; and Phil Owens, Principal Surveyor.

The Birmingham office of surveying and construction consultancy Rund has continued to grow this year, marking its most successful period since opening its doors in 2019 at 55 Colmore Row in the city centre. This year the team has grown to its largest yet and includes six new team members who have joined since January – the most recent being a Senior Surveyor who joined in April.

Three internal promotions were also made, with Tom French promoted from Managing Surveyor to Associate Director, Phil Owens from Surveyor to Senior Surveyor and Milind Page from Assistant Surveyor to Surveyor.

Rund’s growth and investment reflects the company’s growing presence in the Midlands. Its Birmingham office is currently working on projects across the Midlands and beyond.

Projects include the 30-storey New Makers Yard Build to Rent development on Sherlock Street in Birmingham. Funded by Get Living, Rund was appointed as an independent project monitor.

Closing in September 2023 and expected to be completed in 2025, New Makers Yard will deliver 551 new homes in a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments, of which 47 will be affordable.

“This is an exciting time of growth for Rund in Birmingham and we are very proud to establish ourselves as the consultant of choice in the region. The performance of our team has been exceptional, with recent internal promotions and new hires demonstrating our commitment to investing in our people and improving our customer service offering.

“Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic and subsequent turbulent period for the construction industry, including rising material costs and supply chain disruptions, the region remains a hub for investment and development, making Birmingham a brilliant location for Rund to operate.

“We pride ourselves on providing an unrivaled service nationally and our Birmingham operation is a vital part of what we do as a business, working together to meet the needs of construction stakeholders across the country from our bases in London, Bristol , Birmingham and Southampton. Rund has grown significantly in Birmingham to support major schemes, including in the fast-growing APC sector, and we are excited to see what lies ahead for the region and how this will contribute to the joint success of Rund as a whole.”

Tom French, Associate Director, Rund

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